Dispute Resolution, Employment | 3rd April 2019

April ushers in more than seasonal rains for employers, with...

Gender pay gaps, itemised payslips and what to do about working rights for EU citizens – these are some of the issues looming large for...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution, Employment | 28th March 2019

Is hugging now completely off-limits at work?

Given the recent headlines about Phillip Green and the alleged victims of sexual harassment, physical contact in the workplace is a very high-profile topic among...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution | 27th November 2018

Self-driving Vehicles – who is responsible if you have an...

Self-driving Vehicles – who is responsible if you have an accident? The age of ‘driverless’ cars is nearly upon us. Funnily enough, it’s internet giant...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence
Dispute Resolution | 2nd November 2018

Bonfire Night parties – how to avoid some legal fireworks

Remember, remember, the fifth of November… Every year it’s impossible not to remember the (allegedly) treasonous acts of a group of men as they planned...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution

Challenging times: what happens when a family member is cut...

High profile inheritance disputes follow celebrities and the super-rich as surely as night follows day, but such challenges are becoming increasingly common, whatever the values...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution | 9th July 2018

Inheritance Act Claims – an application delayed is often an...

Following a death, it is possible for a claim to be made against the deceased’s estate on the basis that the distribution of their estate...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution | 20th June 2018

Problems with Airbnb-style lettings

On 6 June 2018 Simon Wood, a barrister in the Hart Brown Dispute Resolution department, presented a paper at the RICS Regional Conference for the...

Simon Wood

Barrister, Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution | 18th June 2018

Mediation delayed is not mediation denied

 In a case decided earlier this year the claimants made a claim against Channel 5 for damages for misuse of private information in respect of...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution | 11th June 2018

Putting on the brakes: decelerating the accelerated possession procedure

On 6 June 2018 Simon Wood, a barrister in the Hart Brown Dispute Resolution department, presented a paper at the RICS Regional Conference for the...

Simon Wood

Barrister, Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution | 30th April 2018

You should have sued us just around midnight!

When a cause of action arises during the course of a day, e.g. the occurrence of a car accident, that day is disregarded for limitation...

Paul Grimwood

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution